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Palais Royale

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1601 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto, Ontario, M6K 3C1, Canada
(416) 533-3553 www.palaisroyale.ca
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Jul 23, 2018
Beautiful, fairly formal location. Went here for prom and everything from the dance floor/music to the outdoor area to the bathrooms were great! Service was good as well. Food was not so great (not bad but could've be better).

Jun 18, 2018
I had attended the Father’s Day brunch at Palais Royale with high expectations, only to find the food lacklustre and the wait staff minimally interested in providing quality service. Similarly, this venue charges ahead of time the full amount (including tax and gratuity) prior to attending, so it is unfortunate to note that such a beautiful space does not live up to the hefty price. I would recommend Spencer’s in Burlington of the Old Mill - both similar in pricing with exception service, ambiance and food.

Jun 28, 2018
The banquet hall is located at the Toronto water front, so the lake view is gorgeous during sunset in summer. However, we attended a outdoor wedding ceremony on the patio during May and the swamps of flying bugs and mosquitos were pretty scary. This is no fault to the banquet hall though. The wedding dinner and services personal were great.

Jul 11, 2018
This venue was booked for my prime such a beautiful view of such a beautiful venue. I saw many problems after this also going to this venue and I’m very glad we were able to getting pictures with the leak behind you in the sunset is amazing. May set the school back a few bills but it’s really worth it.

Jul 25, 2018
Decent venue, nice view overlooking the waterfront. However, the food was not good. The chicken/turkey was very dry, and the dessert (apple crumble) didn’t help...

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